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and maneuvering in congress. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, frank and house speaker john boehner did not say that he was for this deal but he didn't say he was against it, either. and right now, he is trying to take the temperature of his fellow republicans in the house to see if this deal is ready for a vote. house speaker john boehner is promising a quick vote on the "fiscal cliff" bill passed early this morning in the senate or an amended alternative. boehner has not endorsed the agreement which may face opposition from conservative lawmakers in the house. vice president joe biden negotiated the deal with senate republicans over the weekend. the agreement makes bush-era tax cuts permanent for individuals making under $400,000 a year and families making under $450,000. it also postpones harsh across- the-board spending cuts for a few months. >> this shouldn't be the model for how we do things around here, but i think we can say we've done some good for the country. >> middle class families will wake up today to the assurance that their taxes won't go up $2,200 each. >> reporter: pr
speaker bane area caution him ofrm" dictatorship. >> boehner seems to care more about keeping his speakership than keeping the nation on firm financial footing. >> reporter: republicans blame democrats. >> republicans aren't about to write a blank cheque or anything senate democrats put forward just because we find ourselves at the edge of the cliff. that wouldn't be fair to the american people. >> reporter: president obama flew home early from his speaker boehner call the house back into town for an unusual sunday session. members of congress understand the 11th hour actions may not be enough to appease the public. >> the american people have a right to be very upset with this congress. >> reporter: the fiscal cliff would bring massive increases and deep spending cuts treasury department would have treble paying its bills. many -- many worry it would plunge the u.s. back into a recession. one possible effect of the fiscal cliff, milk prices could spike two or three dollars a gallon because farm programs will expire the end of the year. some are calling that dairy cliff. wendy gil
an obligation to do the best we can and that was made very clear. >> brown: house speaker john boehner aides said if the senate passes a bill the house will take it up and either accept or amend it and a short time ago president obama appeared in the white house briefing room with a statement. here is some of what he said. >> we had a constructive meeting today. senators reids and mcconnell are discussing a potential agreement where we can get a bipartisan bill out of the senate over to the house and done in a timely fashion so that we met the december 31st deadline. but given how things have been working in this town, we always have to wait and see until it actually happens. the one thing that the american people should not have to wait and see is some sort of action so if we don't see an agreement between the two leaders in the senate, i expect a bill to go on the floor. and i've asked senator reid to do this, put a bill on the floor that makes sure that taxes on middle-class families don't go up. that unemployment insurance is still available for 2 million people, and that lays the ground
leader mitch mcconnel are working on a deal. he meet with them along with house speaker john boehner and house democratic leader nancy pelosi.at the white house for about an hour today. he said the meeting was good and constructive. but expressed his frustration for the american people with waiting until stories... >> america wonders why you cannot get things done in this town in an organized timetable. why does everything have to wait until the last minute? now, we are at the last minute. the american people are not going to have many patients for a self-inflicted wound to our economy. >> reporter: coming up at 5:30 we'll have more from the president. and our political analyst michael yaki will give us his take on today's developments. >> catherine: there's rain on the way this holiday weekend. this is a live look from our camera on mount tam. and a look at downtown san francisco. i'm here in the weather center with jacqueline bennet -- where is the wet weather? >> jacqueline: we are still getting some return on the radar but it is still too dry for the rain to hit the ground. it wi
reid blasted speaker boehner for letting lawmakers go on vacation. house makers are not due back until sun -- house lawmakers are not due back until sunday. boehner said the house will take action on whatever the senate can pass. >>> all the early season rain and snow we've been getting has water experts optimistic about california's water supply. the storms have replenished many reservoirs snow has increased snow back to nearly 150% of normal. >> partial supply in the barn either in reservoir storm or snow pack. however, it still depends on the remainder of the season 2/3 of the wet season is still let. >> snow pack runoff normally provides cal with a third of its water supply. >>> more -- more water on the way. >> this storm is so close to the coast it probably won't get snow in the sierra. good morning. because the storm is so close to the coast we have a high surf advisory be detail out there, dangerous rip currents as the storm passes today through tomorrow. beautiful picture from mount tamalpais this morning on san francisco you can see the embarcadero center still illuminateed.
on to the floor. >> speaker boehner is unwilling to negotiate. there's nothing happening. >> the phone never rang and so now here we are five days from the new year and we might finally start talking. >> reporter: senate majority lyddite harry reid skewered house speaker john boehner, charging he's more interested in his leadership position than in bipartisan legislation. >> the speaker's number one goal is to get elected speaker on january 3rd. >> reporter: the two sides are at odds over tax cuts and spending. republicans say it's up to the democraticly controlled stat and white house to reach an agreement. >> republicans aren't about to write a blank check or anything senate democrats put forward just because we find ourselves at the edge of the cliff. >> reporter: members of the house were told to come back to washington sunday evening. they would have a little more than 24 hours to vote on a measure to avoid the fiscal cliff. danielle nottingham, cbs 2 news washington. >> a former bay area city councilman is about to learn firsthand how washington works or doesn't. he's a newly elected congre
at speaker boehner accusing him of running a tar forship. >> john boehner seems to -- >> reporter: republican leaders blame democrats for the standoff and say there are limits to a compromise. >> republicans aren't about to write a blank cheque or anything senate democrats put forward just because we find ourselves at the edge of the cliff. that wouldn't be fair to the american people. >> reporter: president obama flew home early from his hawaii vacation yesterday. speaker boehner call the house back into town for an unusual sunday session. members of congress understand the 11th hour acts may not be enough to appease the public. >> the american people have a right to be very upset with this congress. >> reporter: the fiscal cliff would bring massive tax increases and deep spending cuts. treasury department would have trouble paying its bills. many worry the financial woes would plunge the u.s. back into a recession. within possible effect of the fiscal cliff/fro, -- milk prices could spike two or three dollars a gallon because farm -- some are calling that dairy cliff. >>> 6:17. mike here tr
to the house. house speaker john boehner was at the capitol but left with no comment. the democrats insist the wealthy pay more in taxes. >> the president's tax hike would only fund the government for l days. americans deserve to know what does the president propose we do for the over 357 days of the year. sdmrsz -- >> president omaba insists his plan on the table is fair and includes plenty of cuts to government spending. >> we just afford a wound to our economy. >> if sunday's negotiations don't pan out the president says he's red to -- he's ready to propose his own scaled back bill that would preserve expiring unemployment benefits. >> with the deficit ticking higher -- >> it's disgusting. >> miss ing in all the last minute negotiations is talk of the 1.2 trillion in mandatory spending cuts scheduled to go into effect tuesday. >> the fiscal cliff count down is the big topic on this morning's fogs the morning -- face the nation. there's two big visitors. it starts right after this newscast at 8:30 on cbs 5. >>> plastic shopping bags may soon be the fast. >> the final 2 days for those ba
that was done by my extraordinary vice president, joe biden, as well as leader harry reid speaker boehner, nancy pelosi and mitch mcconnell. >> reporter: but many house republicans were angry that this deal worked out by the white house and the senate did not include serious spending cuts. >> i'm unwilling to gag down a deal, a bill they've sent over here that's unacceptable. >> reporter: in the end they did not have the votes to change it and everyone acknowledged that this deal sets the stage for a big showdown over spending with a vote to raise the debt ceiling coming sometime in the next two months. >> the problem is we set up three more fiscal cliffs. >> reporter: one thing this bill doesn't address is the sequester, those across-the-board indiscriminate spending cuts to both defense and non-defense agencies. the bill just pushes off those cuts for two months so you're going to see congress and the white house fighting right away about how to replace the sequester with more sensible cuts once and for all. >> nancy cordes thanks nancy. >>> shortly after the house
boehner, accusing him of inaction, he called on him to round up his colleagues so a deal can be reached. >> john boehner seemed to care more about keeping his speaker s hip than keeping the nation on firm footing. >> a speaker for him said he should legitimate more and talk less about that. major tax cuts will hit by then, the president cut short his vacation in hawaii to resume negotiations. >>> a new survey shows u.s. consumer confidence tumbled as the fiscal cliff nears, the consumer confidence index fell to 65 in december, the lowest level since august, last month it was at 71.5. economists say the decline is due to fears of sharp tax increases and government spending cuts set to take effect next week. barkley is considering a plan to change the face of downtown with the first high rise in that city in 40 years, a los angeles real estate group today submitted and application for the plan which calls for a 17 story luxury apartment complex on harold way by the downtown bart station. the plan includes a rooftop garden, conference center and four levels of underground parking. if appro
, that was obviously a little too much to hope for at this time. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner has not yet publicly endorsed the deal. now, the house reconvenes at midday but lawmakers say, frank, they plan to study this bill hard before they take a vote. they say the senate has had months to get a bill passed and they are not going to rush to get anything done. >> there is word, tara, that some republican lawmakers are upset about something the president said. could that effect support of the bill? >> reporter: it might. president obama chastised in his speech congress for taking too long to get the deal done. but he also threw something out at republicans saying if they think that spending cuts is the only thing that's going to reduce the deficit, they have another thing coming and that basically references the $16.5 trillion in debt which is the next issue on the table. a lot of republicans were offended and it could antagonize enough of them to jeopardize an "up" vote on this bill to get it done. >> they are making progress. that's a good sign in the new year. we see what the house say
signship ." >> house leaders are set to meet with john boehner to demand a vote today before a new congress is sworn in. >>> and brand-new congressman eric swawell is gearing up for his new job. he represents the 15th congress's district. he was alameda county's district attorney before he unseated pete stark in the november election. he says he can be impatient at times but knows how to harness that to get the job done. >> i'm gonna go back there and work in washington and do the same thing i did which is work with people from both sides of the aisles, republicans and democrats to solve the problems and move the ball forward. >> swalwell says over 150 supporters have made the trip from the bay area to attend his swearing in. >>> also being sworn in tomorrow is democratic representative jarret huffman of marin county. huffman replaces lin woolsey who stepped down. >>> the california highway patrol says it did not see much change in the number of people caught driving under the influence over the new year's holiday. the agency said it arrested 1,273 drivers on dui charges between friday and
boehner was at the capitol and left with no comment. both sides remain at odds over the democrat's insistence that the wealthy pay more in taxes. >> the president's tax hook would only fund the government for eight days. americans deserve to know what is the president -- what does the president propose we do for the other 357 days of the year. >> reporter: president obama insists his plan on the table is fair and includes plenty of cuts to government spending. >> we just can't afford a politically self-inflicted wound to our economy. >> reporter: if sunday's negotiations don't pan out, the president said he's ready to propose his own scaled-back bill that would block tax increases for all but the wealthy. and preserve expiring unemployment benefits. with the deficit ticking ever higher, patience is wearing thin. >> for those of us who invest in the stock market, it's disgusting to watch them jockey around with our money. >> reporter: missing in all the last-minute negotiations is talk of the $1.2 trillion of mandatory spending cuts scheduled to go into affect today. tara mergener
problem. t has a spending problem. john boehner issued a statement saying republicans have made every effort to make the balanced agreement that the president promised the american people. we've been reasonable and respondent. the president is the 1 who's never been able to get to yes. >> what i ran on and what the american people elected me to do was to put fourth a balanced approach. >> despite the ongoing blame game, there is consensus on 1 thing, time is running out. >>> a teenager driver led to the crashed into a concord funeral home this afternoon and police suspected damage was the result of a straight race. it happened around 2:00 this afternoon, during a service. >> all i can tell you is when it happened i turned around, the car was feet from both of us. >>> dave is at the scene right now. coming up at 630, she'll bring us a live report on what happened and what police are learning. >>> and it was a very cool you but dry day around the bay area. now with a look at how chilly it could get overnight. >>> the coolest locations will be in the upper 20s, so once again, frost will
pelosi, john boehner, mitch mcconnell and harry reid to the white house this afternoon for a "fiscal cliff" summit. >> here we are five days from the new year, and we might finally start talking. >> reporter: today's white house meeting might be the last chance to come to an agreement. that's because it takes time for a bill to work its way through both chambers of congress. >> i don't know time-wise how it can happen now. >> reporter: under senate rules the only way a bill could make its way through the procedure hurdles in time is if every senator agrees not to slow the progress. the house will be back here sunday night giving them just more than 24 hours to vote on any bill the senate works out. outside the beltway, carlino will be watching. >> everybody's kind of in a wait-and-see and fingers crossed perspective right now. >> reporter: since 1930, this is only the fifth time congress has worked after christmas. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >>> today's meeting will be the first time president obama and all four leaders of the house and senate have met in person since no
. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner has not yet publicly endorsed the deal. and the house reconvenes by midday today. a vote could also come today. >> tara, a lot of republicans weren't happy with the president's speech yesterday. is there any indication that that could affect the vote in the house? >> well, president obama during that speech criticized congress for taking too long to come up with this deal. he also laid the groundwork for another problem that's coming and that's basically burrough -- upping the country's burrough limit. republicans will no doubt try to use upping that in ex-kang for spending cuts. and to which the president said, they have another thing coming if they think that's going to be the case. spending cuts alone are not going to be able to reduce the country's deficit. so we have that coming. senator john mccain said basically that's going to antagonize a lot of the house members and possibly jeopardize the vote. >> a lot of negotiations still need to be done. all right, tara mergener live in washington for us, thank you. >>> what a night! the weather coo
afternoon what are the house or congress going to do. what is john boehner going to do? is he going to bring it up for a vote to. >> their total of all these terrible things. with taxes going up for the middle class. basically, we've kicked off down the road. and what type of reductions have we have. there will not be a market shot however, there is going to be a couple of things happening. there will be debt ceiling and in fact the government could run out but better news than the we have before. what will john boehner do? will the have the votes nancy pelosi is going to march in the troops and get it through. if something that is something that mitch mcconnell suggested there could be also a different outcome. >> were going to be the winners and losers? >> obama, special interest, the american people everyone, overall is going to be a winner. the big loser is two months down the road what are we going to do. >> there is a lot of finger- pointing going on. you could say what is hobbling the ointment. >> i would say that congress. and they have had nearly two days in the have not had this do
. >> but with this congress that was a little too much to hope for at this time. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner has not publicly endorsed the deal. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >> now, the house is set to reconvene today at 9 a.m. pacific time. a house vote is expected today or tomorrow. >>> what a night. no fog this year, perfectly clear last night for fireworks along the waterfront here in san francisco. it's beautiful out there. a lot of people showed up for the 15-minute display and jammed the streets near the bob barker. when it was all over, i think most of them are still out there, it was crowded getting into work today but there was some violence during the new year's celebration here in the city. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is in san francisco with the problems police had with the new year's crowd and has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. happy new year. san francisco police had their hands full because some celebrations did not go as planned. there were two separate shootings last night. now three people are recovering from gunshot wounds. the first one happened around 10
with a last-minute compromise. >> reporter: house majority leader john boehner and senate minority leader mitch mcconnell were in the capital building today hoping to beat the deadline to the luge "fiscal cliff." >> got to get a deal? >> hope so. >> reporter: behind closed doors, senate leaders are cobbling together a pared down agreement that at least protects the middle class from tax increases january 1. it won't address deficit resit, across-the-board spending cuts or other issues. in both party addresses, it's clear a big sticking point remains. >> it's a balanced plan one that would protect the middle class, cut spending in a responsible way, and ask the wealthiest americans to pay more. >> the president's tax hike would only fund the government for 8 days. americans deserve to know what is the president proposing we do for the other 357 days of the year? >> reporter: both the house and the senate will be in session tomorrow. the senate is expected to take the lead and vote on the scaled back bill. then send it to the house. as many americans brace for the worst, patience is runnin
evening. this isn't revolved yet. speaker john boehner gave them a choice to vote on the senate passed bill or amend it with more spending cuts and we are just getting word now from leadership aides that it's looking like they will vote on the senate's bill. how gop members left closed- door meetings with no agreement to pass the senate's "fiscal cliff" bill. the sticking point for many republicans, the senate version does not cut enough spending somewhat what we're really doing is raising taxes to give the president more money to spend. we think that's a bad idea. >> reporter: republican majority leader eric cantor told supporters he did not support the bill in its current form. do you personally oppose the bill? >> i do not support the bill. >> reporter: the senate agreement postpones harsh across-the-board spending cuts for a few months. it also makes bush-era tax cuts permanent for individuals making under $400,000 a year and families making under $450,000 a year. the white house sent vice president joe biden here to capitol hill to try to broker a deal with the house just like he
." >> reporter: following the president's interview, speaker of the house john boehner issued a statement saying in part: "republicans made every effort to reach the 'balanced' deficit agreement that the president promised the american people.we've been reasonable and responsible. the president is the one who has never been able to get to 'yes.'" >>> "what i ran on, and what the american people elected me to do, was to put forth a balanced approach." >> reporter: despite the on- going blame game, there is consensus on one thing: time is running out. i'm elizabeth corridan reporting. r as the fiscal cliff deadline ticks down -- you might wonder we got into the situation in the first place. tonight at 8-30 -- an in depth look on that. >>> the 49ers --- nfc west champions for a second year in a row. they beat the arizona cardinals 27 - 13, in their final game of the regular season. the niners now looking ahead to the playoffs -- and thanks to a loss by green bay -- the team is getting a first round bye! as you can imagine -- lots of excited fans around the bay area tonight. kron4's scott rates was
and democrats about how to avoid going over the cliff. before the christmas break, speaker john boehner was unable to get enough support from respects to pass his plan and help said it was up to the white house and the senate to avert the cliff. so now harry reid is believed to be crafting a plan of his own. it's expected to extend bush-era tax cuts. it would also include short-term spending cuts instead of the massive cuts that would occur if there is no deal. it would also patch up the alternative minimum tax that will hit even more middle class families and schedule a drop off for doctors. >> if republicans do give in and support the deal being put together by harry reid that deal is expected to be far less favorable than the potential deal they had been working on with president obama. >> republican strategist, frank luntz has been talking with voters, what is the chance you see this becomes the new compromise? >> i'm not sure if hooert side is watching very closely. we did a survey and we got two interesting questions. one that's very tough on republicans. we a
called for them not to meet on saturday. house speaker john boehner said that he would not bring anything to the table on to the talks are resumed. >> ordinary people do their jobs and they need their lives. they sit down and they discuss things and things happen. if they have disagreements in this sort through them. the notion that our leadership cannot do the same thing is mind- boggling to me. it needs to stop. >> the time now is seven 07 a.m.. we will be right back. ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] ♪ no more paper anything. safeway presents just for u. ♪ save more. save easier. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app. >> take a look at wall street this morning. stocks ended the week yesterday on another down notes. invesinvestors-a given word about the fiscal cliff. the dow lost 158 points, it is currently a five day losing streak in its longest since july. the nasdaq reported 25 points. >> banks rack up a record to $10.7 billion in fines in 2012. that includes what the banks paid to u.s. and state of 40's-but it d
reaching out to another republican leader after his negotiations with house speaker john boehner did not result in a deal. >> well, traffic don't in downtown san francisco could grind to a halt. that's because today is the last scheduled critical mass event for the year. for those new to the area, on the last friday of every month, dozens of cyclists ride alightning the waterfront and down market street and drivers are always advised to expect delays. >> peeking of, we haven't really seen any this morning. let's go to tara and see if that changed. >> no, the same story. maybe a lot of folks headed up to the tahoe area. maybe they already left as a matter of fact because the skiing is going to be pretty good up there. right now i want to show you my maps so you can see exactly what i'm talking about up here. the roadways are completely clear and in livermore the same story. overall a very nice commute this morning. 237, those taillights there on the far right hand side of your screen westbound and this is one-on-one toward san francisco. on the left toward downtown where we haven't se
budget negotiations between president obama and house speaker john boehner also could mean the reduction of the popular deduction for charitable contributions. >>- q. i if it came to the poi -- >> if it came to the point where i wasn't receiving my credit for helping out a charity or even helping them out in their situation, then why would i even help them out? >> statements like that that has the chief executive officer of the united way of the bay area and other nonprofits fighting to obtain charitable deductions. >> it would be a mistake to think thereth was only a benefit for high income people. 24r* are many, many donors who itemize their taxes, and they take advantage of the charitable tax deduction and these include middle income people. >> also on the table is the possible elimination of the mortgage deduction. >> if that were to happen eventually, i think that is something that had to be phased out over a really long period of time. >> i think it encourages people to buy house versus rent it. if they willower the mortgage rate day -- deductions people will think twice. >> it is
to a vote. >> republican house speaker john boehner said he's willing to bend on raising tax force the wealthiest americans to avoid the physical cliff. >>> don't be surprised if you come across a dui checkpoint in your neighborhood over the next few days. the highway patrol and other law enforcement agencies have their checkpoints in place. >>> a bay area law maker is proposing a new solution for getting repeat drunk drivers off the roadways. it's already being as youd in other states. abc7 news reporter david louie has the details of the new proposal. >> the thinking behind the proposed crack down of repeat offenders is to address what state senator jerry hill says is a high rate of drunk drivers who don't modify their behavior. he cites twine statistics, the most recent numbers available. >> there were 161,000, 161,000dui arrests and convictions in california. twenty seven percent of those were repeat offenders. >> a second conviction would require a a driver to buy and install andre iguodala nation intercept device. this is video posted on youtube by several manufacturers showi
boehner said he's willing to bend on raising taxes for the wealthiest americans to avoid the fiscal cliff. >>> don't be surprised if you come across a dui checkpoint in your neighborhood over the next few days. the highway patrol and other law enforcement agencies have their checkpoints in place. they will continue to be every night through new year's day. >>> a bay area law maker is proposing a new solution for getting repeat drunk drivers off the roadways. it's already being as utilized in other states. abc7 news reporter david louie has the details of the new proposal. >> the thinking behind the proposed crackdown of repeat offenders is to address what state senator jerry hill says is a high rate of drunk drivers who don't modify their behavior. he cites 2009 statistics, the most recent numbers available. >> there were 161,000, 161,000 dui arrests and convictions in california. twenty seven percent of those were repeat offenders. >> a second dui conviction would require a a driver to buy and install an ignition intercept device. this is video posted on youtube by several manufacturers
obama and house speaker john boehner also could mean the reduction of the popular deduction for charitable contributions. >> if it came to the point where i wasn't receiving my credit for helping out a charity or even helping them out in their situation then why would i even help them out? >> statements like that that has the chief eck eastboundtive officer of the united way of the bay area and other nonprofits fighting to retain charitable deductions. >> it would be a big mistake to think this is only a benefit for high income people. there are many donors who itemize their taxes and they take advantage of the charitable tax deduction and they include very middle income people. >> reporter: also on the table is the possible elimination of the mortgage deduction. >> if that were to happen eventually i think that would have to be phased out over a long period of time. >> i think it encourages people to buy houses versus renting. and if they were lower the mortgage rate reduction, people will think twice. >> cpa mark britton thinks it is a good time to it refinance if you stil
the republicans have to say. >> reporter: house majority leader eric cantor and speaker john boehner were meeting with fellow repub scans. neither was too excited, expressing deep concerns. house gop members considering making amendments like adding spending cuts. that would force the bill back to the senate with the deadline bearing down on everyone. the legislation raises revenue by increasing taxes on the affluent but contains almost no spending cuts. it makes the spending cuts permanent for families making less than 450,000 per year and provides another year of unemployment benefits for two million people but payroll taxes are going up. vice president joe biden who negotiated the deal with mitch mcconnell also on the hill trying to get support from house democrats. and the political wrangling is far from over. no matter how this deal turns out both sides headed for major clash by the end of february over whether or not to raise the nation's debt ceiling. at the white house, ed henry, fox news. >> despite a wee hours of the morning fiscal cliff deal in the senate, the house of representatives
with terms that pass the senate house speaker john boehner says they will take up the bill and either pass it or amend it and send it back for approval. >> any time you are putting a deal together, it's always the details that will kill you. you have to get the details done. there is a lot of back room operation going on right now. making sure all the i's get dotted and t's get crossed. >> congress has less than 15 hours to come up with a compromise and sweet on it. live in washington kyla campbell. >>> meantime with all the focus on that fiscal cliff there is a new bill to preconvenient the so-called dairy cliff on the back burner. leaders in the house and senate agricultural committees agreed to a one-year extension of the expiring u.s. farm bill. so far no house vote is scheduled. without matting that bill, the price of milk could double next month. estimates are ha gallon of milk could go up to $8 a gallon. >>> it is 6:15. a new u.s. senate report on the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi blames the state department for not having a plan to rescue americans. the report says the s
but then when boehner couldn't get the votes for plan b i thought oh, my god, we're in trouble. >> do your job. >> we'll see what happens. >> melissa, thank you so much. >>> remember, you can find more of melissa's segments on cbssf.com/mornings. >>> time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell joins us now live in new york with the license on the big show. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, frank and michelle. we're talking about secretary of state hillary clinton. she has been hospitalized after doctors found a blood clot so we're going to talk to dr. john lapook about just how serious this may be. also, we're following the last- minute negotiations to avoid the "fiscal cliff." that's required. is there going to be a deal today? we're all waiting and plus we'll take a look back at the biggest news stories:2012. we'll see you at 7: 00. happy new year. >> happy new year to you, too. thank you so much. >>> well, the last session of the year is under way on wall street. the dow has gained about 700 points in the last 12 months. ashley morriso
. they won't get it tonight. house speaker john boehner gave them two options, amend the bill with more spending cuts or vote on it as is. they went around today to see if they had the 218 votes they would need to amend it with more spending cuts. it appears they did not find enough support to do that. so that's why they are bringing it to a vote -- that's why they're bringing it to a vote as it is now. >> that's critical. it sounds like it's all over but the voting. >> reporter: it's all about the voting and tonight, i suspect there will be a lot of house republicans that won't be in support of this. house minority leader nancy pelosi, she says that house democrats are behind this. so they don't need all the republicans to agree on this. but again, when this is all over, they will be upset. and we may see another showdown like this coming up. they have to decide what to do with those automatic spending cuts if this bill passes. that's only delayed for two months and we have to deal with the debt limit again. this is far from over. there will be a lot of unhappy people tonight and in th
, especially ones from new york, are furious! with house speaker john boehner. but a spokesman for the house speaker has said he is committed to getting that bill passed later this month. in the meantime, that's causing heated talk here on capitol hill. >> i'm sure as they have run out of time. tara mergener live in washington, thank you. >>> well, the u.s. stock markets just opened minutes ago after most major overseas markets enjoyed positive days if the response to the house passage of the fiscal bill. our dow was up about 221 points, 13,325. we'll have the latest on this with ashley morrison and more from the rest of the business world coming up in 10 minutes. >>> our other big story the weather. it's been chilly here in the bay area. so we sent cbs 5 reporter anne makovec out in it. she is feeling the freeze in san rafael. good morning, anne. >> reporter: it is very chilly. now, i did just check with our weather producer, and he said it is 34 right now in san rafael. but the bank here behind me says that it is 28 degrees if that will pop up again so p.m. line very chilly. definitely is
boehner their contract was not very but i think that people are going to forget about this and a couple of days. everything will go back to normal and the fight will begin in two months. >> catherine: thank you,if you'd like to connect with michael -- you can follow him on twitter. his handle is "at-yaki- blog." california is getting a lot of new laws. with the new year - of new laws. kron four's philippe djegal highlights a few of them. >> reporter: more than 800 new laws are set to take affect at the start of the year. that's right - 800. i scanned through what here's what the governor made law and what you should know. assemblywoman joan buchanan's bill regarding metal purchases passed. the fine for dealers who knowingly buy metals used at public utlities facilities jumps up big time. now 250-dollars. in a few days. four times that amount. to one thousand dollars. >>> another bill out of the gives women greater access to birth control. a-b 23-48 will now allow certified nurses, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician's assistants to prescribe that medication. >>> and, drivers lic
boehner says they would take up a proposed senate bill and either pass it or amend it and send it back to the senate for approval. there's now less than 13 hours for both parties to find compromise or vote on a deal or else the country will go over the fiscal cliff. >>> there is a new dairy cliff bill. leaders in the house and senate agriculture committees agree to a one-year extension of the expiring farm bill. so far, no house vote is scheduled. if this bill is not passed, the price of milk could double next month. some estimate that a gallon of milk could go up to $8 a gallon. >>> 8:16. today, a second volunteer firefighter who was shot and killed in upstate new york will be laid to rest. [bagpipes] >> yesterday, hundreds of police officers paid their respects to michael chippairini. investigators say he and tomasz were shot after someone shom them responding a fire. >>> a car crashed into a funeral home at the wyemoth funeral brothers. it was just about a funeral was about to get underway. police say it appears two teens were racing when they lost control and crashed their car into
. house speaker john boehner plan to vote on this deal or an amended version of it sometime today or tomorrow. live in washington, d.c., kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 8:16. we have new details about a petaluma house fire on sunday where the flames shot several feet into the air. now we're learning that an off- duty firefighter saw the smoke on sunday, went to the house on tampico court and told the people who lived there to get out. two children and an adult were able to get out safely. the fire caused about $00,000 damage. the cause of it is still under investigation. >>> well, you the public you are invited to a meeting next week about closing down a shell avenue fire station in martinez. contra costa fire district officials say people who live in the area will be able to say how they feel about it, also get information on how the closure will affect fire services in the area. county supervisors voted to close town four fire stations last month after voters rejected measure q which would have imposed a property tax to raise about $17 little for fire stations. that meet
have a majority but did you see any changes? >> no. boehner was still be the speaker. his power was broken up a little bit. he did not show a lot of leadership in these last few weeks. the fact is is that they still control the house representatives. the senate, the 40 can still block anything that goes out. >> will there be any major surprises? >> the only major surprise is how much the president received from the deal. he did receive a stimulus tax credit for manufacturing and especially for the bay area periods this is for biofuel and everything like that. this was an interesting win for the president's and the question is, drew a line through the senate was why do we need to pay these obligations and no reason why this should of been a part of the deal. the second issue was set the republicans are not sign that they dealt with revenue in that they do not want to do more revenue. this is their way of how they had their george bush moment. george bush made them vote on these credits. they're trying to renew this again this will be a problem because if you try to balance said t
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